Artificial Intelligence (AI) usually spreads across several industries because of advancements in computer processing units, big data availability, and deep learning techniques. AI is mostly used in the medical profession for image recognition, which includes radiographic and pathologic diagnosis.
The integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the healthcare industry is revolutionizing patient care across diverse medical conditions, leading to significant business growth for industry stakeholders. Although AI-based computer-assisted detection/diagnostic (CAD) systems have been used in specific gastrointestinal endoscopy domains, such as the detection and identification of colorectal polyps, their application in actual clinical settings has been restricted thus far.
The capability of an endoscopist to accurately identify or diagnose gastric cancer (GC) varies widely, making it one of the tasks with the greatest variation in performance. Early GC is particularly difficult to diagnose, in part because it might mirror the symptoms of atrophic gastritis in the mucosa under the surface. As a result, several CAD systems for GC are being developed right now. Because it takes a lot of GC photos, developing a CAD system for GC is thought to be difficult. GC pictures are seldom accessible in the early stages, in part due to the difficulty of diagnosing the disease in its early phases.
Additionally, the training picture data must also be of a high enough quality to enable effective CAD training. Due to their extensive training in a vast array of high-quality photos, several AI systems for GC have recently been shown to work robustly. This review, which focuses on the diagnosis of GC, describes the state of AI application in Esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGDS) and its future possibilities.
Computer-assisted systems have the potential for celiac disease to improve the entire diagnostic work-up by saving costs, time, and manpower while also increasing procedure safety by avoiding biopsy sampling and prolonged sedation associated with multiple biopsy protocols. Not to mention, by keeping the endoscope's operating channel safe, this non biopsy procedure may extend the endoscope's lifespan. Additionally, there is a great deal of intra- and interobserver heterogeneity in the histological staging of biopsies, which is the scope's working channel. Furthermore, there is a great deal of intra- and interobserver heterogeneity in the histological staging of samples.
Recent studies in autoimmune and autoinflammatory disorders (AIIDs) have used a variety of AI-based modelling techniques based on molecular profiling information from biopsies of target organs, whole blood, sera, peripheral blood mononuclear cells, and large patient cohorts compared to healthy controls. AIIDs modelling has been tackled by means of large international consortia, like 3TR ('Identification of the molecular mechanisms of non-response to treatments, relapses and remission in autoimmune, inflammatory, and allergic conditions'), NECESSITY ('Next clinical endpoints in primary Sjögren's syndrome: an interventional trial based on stratifying patients'), and PRECISEADS ('Molecular reclassification to find clinically useful biomarkers for systemic autoimmune diseases').
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Gastric cancer is one of the most prevalent malignancies in the world with a significant morbidity and death rate. There is a significant clinical need for the implementation of accurate diagnosis and treatment of GC. Artificial intelligence (AI) has been intensively investigated in recent years for potential applications in the early detection, treatment, and prognosis of stomach cancer. In this review, we discuss the latest developments in AI for stomach cancer early detection, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis. An AI model on stomach cancer diagnostic system using saliva biomarkers acquired an overall accuracy of 97.18 percent, specificity of 97.44 percent, and sensitivity of 96.88 percent. AI combined with breath screening early GC system increased 97.4 percent of early GC diagnosis ratio. We also talk about the idea, problems, methods, and difficulties of using AI to treat stomach cancer.
Application of AI in GC. AI, Artificial Intelligence; GC, Gastric Cancer.
The integration of AI-based technology in the management of autoimmune gastric conditions holds significant promise. From early diagnosis to personalized treatment plans and ongoing support, AI can enhance the overall healthcare experience for individuals with these conditions. As technology continues to advance, it is crucial to ensure ethical considerations, data privacy, and collaboration between healthcare professionals and AI developers to optimize the benefits of this innovative approach.
AI has made significant strides in the active exploration of prewarning, early screening, diagnosis, management, and prognosis of clinical GC. Though there are still many significant obstacles to overcome before exact GC theranostics can be realized using AI, future research will concentrate on developing novel algorithms, optimizing models, and validating large data models to meet the needs of clinical GC theranostics. Ultimately, the synergy between AI and autoimmune gastric care has the potential to improve patient outcomes and contribute to the advancement of personalized medicine.
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